An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 5, Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Chapters 6-10 Summary

Arriving in Poona after the shraddha ceremonies, Gandhi begins trying to gain admission to the Servants of India Society. He has lost the guidance of Gokhale. The Society is divided over allowing Gandhi admission. When Gandhi arrives back home, he writes to them requesting that they withdraw his application for membership. By so doing he remains on good terms with the Society.

While traveling to Rangoon with his son Ramdas, Gandhi is appalled by the unsanitary conditions on the boat, brought about by the passengers. He contacts the agent of the company and relates the facts. Conditions aren't as bad on his return journey. The Kumbha fair is held at Hardvar in 1915 and the Phoenix people send a delegation there along with other organizations. Gandhi sits in the test holding discussions with the people who came to see him...

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